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Retrieve a pointer to the 16-bit values that make up a given string.


jschar * JS_GetStringChars(JSString *str); Obsolete since JavaScript 1.8.5

const jschar * JS_GetStringCharsZ(JSContext *cx, JSString *str); Added in SpiderMonkey 1.8.2
Name Type Description
cx JSContext * (in JS_GetStringCharsZ only) A context.
str JSString * The string to obtain characters from.


JS_GetStringChars Obsolete since JavaScript 1.8.5 returns a pointer to the first element of an array of jschars. Warnings:

  • The array is not necessarily null-terminated. To get the length of the string, use JS_GetStringLength.
  • The program must not modify the array. If it does, the behavior is undefined.
  • The content of a JS string is not guaranteed to be valid UTF-16. It may contain surrogate code units that aren't properly paired. It may also contain zeroes.

The array returned by this function remains valid as long as str is valid. (Eventually, str becomes unreachable, the garbage collector collects it, and the array is freed by the system.)

JS_GetStringCharsZ is the same except that it always returns either a null-terminated string or NULL, indicating out-of-memory.

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